21 Things To Do With Someone Who's Never Been To New Brunswick

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21 Things To Do With Someone Who's Never Been To New Brunswick

From little towns to provincial parks, New Brunswick has a number of awesome places and things to offer its visitors. Since you can walk on the ocean floor in multiple locations, learn a lot about the history of the province and see a GIANT LOBSTER, it's pretty obvious that New Brunswick is an awesome place to visit, especially if it's your first trip!

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This wonderful place in The Maritimes is an awesome place to head out on a road trip. Below is a list of the places and things you should definitely do if you've never visited New Brunswick!

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Fundy National Park 

It wouldn't be a trip to New Brunswick if you didn't spend some time in Fundy National Park. Watch the world famous tides come in (or go out), take in the beauty of over 25 waterfalls and experience the beauty of one of Canada's best parks!

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Kings Landing Historical Settlement

If you enjoy spending time being immersed in historical life, Kings Landing is a great place to add to your road trip roster. Not only can you explore this historical little town but you can also spend some time horseback riding as well!

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The Chocolate Museum

A St.Stephen staple, standing in the original location of the famous Ganong Factory, you can learn about the candy making process and be sure to stop by the Tasting Station while you're there.

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Hopewell Rocks

If you've ever seen pictures of New Brunswick, it's highly likely that you've seen the Hopewell Rocks in Hopewell Cape before, but not like this. Walk along the ocean floor and experience the beauty of these natural rock formations.

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Tree GO

While you're in Moncton, be sure to visit Tree Go! This course would make an awesome addition to any trip, so why not stretch your legs and have some fun! Try out their high ropes courses and of course, take a zip on their zipline!

Reversing Falls

This series of rapids located in Saint John is a unique and intriguing phenomenon. Be sure to go when the tide is high to experience the falls' odd quirk.

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Cape Enrage

Located on the southern most point of Barn Marsh Island, Cape Enrage is a gorgeous place to get a view of the ocean, especially from their zipline!

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Magnetic Hill Zoo

Located in Moncton, the Magnetic Hill Zoo is fun for any visitor who chooses to visit! Not only do they pride themselves on raising awareness of endangered animal to their visitors, but they also try and make their visitors zoo-going experience, a memorable one.

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Fredericton Botanic Garden

These stunning gardens in Fredericton will make you feel like you're in a secret garden, surrounded by hundreds of different types of flowers.

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Fort Howe

Used by the British during the American Revolution, Fort Howe in Saint Johns is an awesome place to learn about our countries history!

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Magic Mountain

Magic Mountain is an awesome place to cool off in Moncton. This awesome water park has lots to offer from lazy rivers to wave pools. Be sure to try out some of their crazy water slides, especially the Kamikaze.

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Irving Nature Park

Close to Saint John, this park is a great place to escape to from the city, especially since its so close to the city! While you're there, be sure to walk along the boardwalk that leads to the salt marsh and spend some time at the Seal Observation deck!

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Grand Manan Island

A fantastic place to go for a swim, hang out with Puffins, see some whales and stop by an adorable fishing village!

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Roosevelt Campobello International Park

Located in Welshpool, the Roosevelt Campobello is a shared park between Canada and the US and at one time was the summer getaway for the family of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt!

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St. Andrews by-the-Sea

This stunning little town next to the sea is the perfect place to escape to. From little shops to the gorgeous Algonquin Resort, St. Andrews by-the-Sea is a wonderful place to escape to.

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Shediac Giant Lobster

Where else would you find the World's Largest Lobster but in one of the most lobster inhabited places in the world!

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Miramichi River

An awesome place to go tubing, canoeing, kayaking or even just fishing, the Miramichi River is a great place to spend a hot afternoon!

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Swallowtail Lightstation

This iconic lighthouse on Grand Manan Island is the perfect place to get your perfect Maritime Lighthouse picture!

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Acadian Historical Village

This little village in Bertrand shows the way Acadian's lived between 1770 to the 1940's. If a day visit isn't enough for you, you can also spend the night! Book your stay here.

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St. Martins Sea Caves

One of the coolest experiences to find around the Bay of Fundy! With only a short time span to explore before the tide comes in, you have to make sure you experience the caves for yourself!

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Huntsman Fundy Discovery Aquarium

During your visit to St. Andrews by-the-sea, stop by the Huntsman Fundy Discovery Aquarium to learn about the aquatic life that resides in the Bay of Fundy!

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